Hotel San Pedro de Majagua

Address: Isla Grande, Rosario Islands, Cartagena, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Isla Grande, Rosario Islands, Cartagena.
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      Travel Blogs from Cartagena

      Cocktails, Cartels and Cockfights

      A travel blog entry by liamkirby on Nov 20, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... and the Tayrona National Park, which we hit promptly the next morning along with Tomas, Pa-ul and Jess. The park is jungle hinterland, located smack bang along a series of stunning beaches. The water is warmer than a Colombian greeting and the scenery and wildlife diverse. The perfect relaxation spot post-Yage. However, one night in a hammock did me and I got on my way to Palamino, where I enjoyed a wonderful 24 hr period of being as active as the Abbott Government's ...

      Bogota, Colombia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Sep 28, 2014

      37 photos

      ... on the top floor, blaring music and really good food. There were plenty of Colombian people celebrating birthdays and at almost every table the mariachi band would play a song. On top of the blaring music already playing. We drank beer. But like I said the food was amazing and it was worth splurging. We took a cab home as our server at Andres D.C.'s didn't recommend we walk to the bus stop to get back to our hostel. I'm not sure the taxi ride was any safer. Neither Mark nor ...

      Homeward bound

      A travel blog entry by mylittletrip on Jul 22, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... region of Colombia is home to some of the last indigenous tribes who survived the Conquistadors. The Wayuu people live in small huts made from cactus wood, fishing the nearby Caribbean and shepherding goats as a means of income. Not many tourists make it up this far as it takes a bit of effort due to the lack of public transport servicing the villages. Luckily I met four Swiss at the bus terminal heading in the same direction, this was perfect as per usual ...

      Safe Arrival in Cartagena

      A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Jun 24, 2014

      3 comments, 3 photos

      ... keeping up with soccer.

      When we got on the flight to Cartagena, the football game (Colombia vs. Japan) had just started. While we were loading the plane, the captain got on the intercom to say that Colombia had made a goal--everyone clapped. Shortly after takeoff, I was standing in the back of the plane with the flight attendants while they were preparing the snack. They received a call from the captain to say ...


      A travel blog entry by ami.cobb on May 09, 2014

      We took a bus back west towards Santa Marta, and passed it for another few hours before arriving to the city of Cartagena. This colorful colonial city is the most touristy Colombian city with a mass of shops and restaurants. There's a wall in the city that distinctly breaks up the old city from the new city; the old city consists of well preserved colonial buildings while the the new city has high rise sky scrappers.